Irrigation Enhancement Index Tool by NRCS

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									           CSP                      Irrigation Enhancement Index
                                              V3.0 Jan 5, 2005
                                                                                Select year of rating
            Cooperator/Owner:
                                                                                  2005                                 Save year
             Field no./identifer:
            Project Watershed:                                                                               Rating Value
                             Date                 8/14/2008
                                                                                Current                         Year                     Year
                                                                                Value            Year 2005      2006         Year 2007   2008
   Irrigation Enhancement
                                                                                 #NAME?
            Category                    Irrigation Enhancement Action



    Irrigation System Type                                              0.00



Improved Water Measurement                                              1.00


  Improved Soil Moisture
  Monitoring and Irrigation                                             1.00
        Scheduling


Improved Soil Condition Index                                           1.00



 Improved Water Distribution                                            1.00



Improved Conveyance system                                              1.00



   Improved Land Leveling                                               1.00


Adding Tailwater recovery with
and without irrigation storage                                          #####
         reservoirs
                                                                        #####
Enhancement Category                                                       Irrigation Enhancement Action                                                        Rating

Improved Water Measurement
                                  No flow measuring devices                                                                                                     0.9
                                  Flow measurement - whole farm-manually recorded                                                                               0.93
                                  Flow measurement - whole farm-automatic recorded                                                                              0.95
                                  Flow measurement - whole farm plus individual field manual                                                                    0.97
                                  Flow measurement - whole farm plus individual field automatic recorded                                                        1

Improved Soil Moisture
Monitoring and Irrigation
Scheduling
                                  Visual crop stress                                                                                                                 0.9
                                  Soil moisture by NRCS feel method                                                                                                 0.93
                                  Check book scheduling, irrigation scheduler, etc.                                                                                 0.96
                                  Irrigation scheduling via pan evaporation or atmometer for field                                                                  0.97
                                  Irrigation scheduling via regional weather network                                                                                0.98
                                  Soil moisture using Gypsum blocks, moisture probe, etc                                                                            0.99
                                  Continuous measurement of soil moisture, water applied and ET                                                                        1

Improved Soil Condition Index
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0                                                                                           0.9
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.1                                                                                         0.91
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.2                                                                                         0.92
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.3                                                                                         0.93
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.4                                                                                         0.94
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.5                                                                                         0.95
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.6                                                                                         0.96
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.7                                                                                         0.97
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.8                                                                                         0.98
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 0.9                                                                                         0.99
                                  Soil Condition Index from   SCI = 1.0 or more                                                                                 1


Improved Distribution System
                                  Very poor diversion facilities. Little control of flow rate to farm.                                                          0.9
                                  Can control flow rates to farm, but the on farm delivery system is such that it is very hard to deliver the desired flow to   0.94
                                  Flow rates to each field are adequately controlled. Flow rates to each set are difficult to control.                          0.98
                                  All flow rates to each set are adequately controlled.                                                                         1


Improved Conveyance system
                                  Open ditch or canal - sand/gravel                                                                                             0.9
                                  Open ditch or canal - sandy loam                                                                                              0.93
                                  Open ditch or canal - clay soil                                                                                               0.96
                                  Open canal - lined                                                                                                            0.98
                                  Closed conduit pipeline                                                                                                       1



Improved Land Leveling
                                  Land smoothed                                                                                                                 0.9
                                  Land leveled                                                                                                                  0.94
                                  Land precision leveled                                                                                                        0.98
                                  Land precision leveled - slope <= .005                                                                                        1
                                  A sprinkler system is utilized                                                                                                1




Adding Tail water recovery with
and without irrigation storage
reservoirs
                                  none                                                                                                                          1
                                  Tailwater reuse system installed
                                       Potenial system efficiency < 61%                                                                                         1.25
                                       Potenial system efficiency 61-80%                                                                                        1.15
                                       Potenial system efficiency > 80%                                                                                         1.1



Irrigation System Type
                                  Border - Graded Border                                                                                                        80
                                  Border - Level or Basin                                                                                                       90
                                  Border - Guide                                                                                                                70
Enhancement Category                                         Irrigation Enhancement Action   Rating
                       Border - Contour Level field crop                                     70
                       Border - Contour - Level Rice                                         80
                       Border - Contour - Level Rice - Side Inlets                           85
                       Border - Border Ditch                                                 60
                       Furrow - Level or Basin                                               90
                       Furrow - Graded Furrow                                                75
                       Furrow - Contour furrow                                               75
                       Furrow - Corrugations                                                 75
                       Furrow - Surge                                                        80
                       Subirrigation - Subirrigated                                          75
                       Flood - Controlled                                                    60
                       Flood - Uncontrolled                                                  50
                       Flood - Contour Ditch                                                 60
                       Sprinkler - Big Gun or Boom                                           60
                       Sprinkler - Hand Line or Wheel Line                                   70
                       Sprinkler - Solid Set (above canopy)                                  75
                       Sprinkler - Solid Set (below canopy)                                  80
                       Center Pivot                                                          80
                       Center Pivot (Low Pressure Improved)                                  83
                       Center Pivot - Low Pressure Precision Application (LEPA)              92
                       Center Pivot - Low Elevation Spray Application (LESA)                 89
                       Center Pivot - Low Pressure In Canopy (LPIC)                          87
                       Center Pivot - Mid Elevation Spray application(MESA)                  85
                       Center Pivot - Variable Rate Irrigation (VRI)                         87
                       Lateral Move                                                          82
                       Lateral Move (LEPA, LESA, LPIC, MESA)                                 87
                       Lateral Move (VRI)                                                    87
                       Micro, Point Source                                                   90
                       Micro, Sprays                                                         85
                       Micro, Continuous Tape                                                90
                  Conservation Security Program (CSP)
                   Irrigation Enhancement Index Tool
This tool is designed to help landowners conduct a self assessment for their eligibility for
payment for enhanced irrigation systems in the Conservation Security Program. It may              To edit select the desired
                                                                                                   then double click. Mak
also serve as a means of documenting irrigation system components that can be utilized
                                                                                                 changes and when finish
during individual interviews.
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This procedure is to be utilized on irrigated lands eligible for CSP and will result in
assigning an Irrigation Enhancement Index value to the irrigation system being evaluated.

This procedure starts with a base value that is assigned to the specific type of irrigation
system in use. Systems that commonly have higher irrigation efficiencies and/or are
easier to manage are assigned higher values. Modifiers are applied based on the level of
management and the efficiency of the on-farm water delivery system. A bonus is given if
runoff from the irrigated field is captured for reuse.

The final calculation will require a value of the Soil Condition Index (SCI) multiplier.
The exact value of this multiplier will be provided to you when NRCS computes your
final SCI during your interview. The multiplier will be a value from 0.9 to 1.0 depending
on your SCI.

This self assessment is simple and should take less than 5 minutes to complete. A basic
hand calculator is recommended. In addition, basic knowledge of the irrigation system
and management practices is necessary. Definitions of the various terms are included in
this tool.

When the self assessment is complete, the landowner will have calculated an irrigation
enhancement index value for the irrigation system. The Enhancement Index is not an
efficiency number, but an indicator of how well the system may perform. If the Irrigation
Enhancement Index value is 50 or more, the landowner may be eligible for CSP
payments. If the enhancement index value is less than 50 the applicant should consider
utilizing other USDA programs to improve the irrigation system. If the enhancement
index is 60 or greater the applicant may be eligible for increased payments.




            Conservation Security Program Irrigation System Index

         Irrigation System Type                                Method of Measuring Flow
                   Border                              No Flow Measuring device               0.90
  Graded Border                          80                    Flow Measurement Used
  Level or Basin                         90           whole farm-manually recorded           0.93
  Guide                                  70           whole farm-automatic recorded          0.95
  Contour Level Field Crop               70           whole farm plus individual field       0.97
  Contour Level Rice                     80          manual
  Contour Level Rice Side Inlets         85           whole farm plus individual field       1.00
          Conservation Security Program Irrigation System Index

       Irrigation System Type                                Method of Measuring Flow
                  Border                          No Flow Measuring device                          0.90
 Graded Border                       80                    Flow Measurement Used
 Level or Basin                      90          whole farm-manually recorded                      0.93
 Guide                               70          whole farm-automatic recorded                     0.95
 Contour Level Field Crop            70          whole farm plus individual field                  0.97
 Contour Level Rice                  80         manual
 Contour Level Rice Side Inlets      85          whole farm plus individual field                  1.00
 Border Ditch                        60         automatic recorded
                  Furrow
 Level or Basin                      90                Method of Scheduling Irrigation
 Graded Furrow                       75          Visual crop stress                                0.90
 Contour Furrow                      75          Soil moisture by NRCS feel method                 0.93
 Corrugations                        75          Check book scheduling, irrigation                 0.96
 Surge                               80         scheduler, etc
                  Flood                           Irrigation scheduling via pan                     0.97
                                                 evaporation or atmometer for field
 Controlled                          60
 Uncontrolled                        50          Irrigation scheduling via regional                0.98
                                                 weather network
 Contour Ditch                       60
                Sprinkler
                                                  Soil moisture using Gypsum blocks,                0.99
                                                 moisture probe, etc
 Big Gun or Boom                     60
                                                  Continuous measurement of soil                    1.00
 Hand Line or Wheel Line             70
                                                 moisture, water applied and ET
 Solid Set (above canopy)            75
 Solid Set (below canopy)            80           Ability to Control Water Distribution
              Center Pivot                        Very poor diversion facilities. Little 0.90
 Generic                             80         control of flow rate to farm
 Low Pressure Improved               83          Can control flow rates to farm, but the           0.94
 LEPA                                92         on-farm delivery system is such that it is
 LESA                                89         very hard to deliver the desired flow to
 LPIC                                87         any given field.
 MESA                                85          Flow rates to each field are adequately           0.98
 Variable Rate Irrigation (VRI)      87         controlled. Flow rates to each set are
              Lateral Move                       difficult to control
 Generic                             82          All flow rates to each set are                    1.00
 LEPA, LESA, LPIC, MESA              87         adequately controlled
                  Micro
 Point Source                        90                     Soil Condition Index (SCI)
                                                 Note: The SCI multiplier will be determined
 Sprays                              85         by NRCS personnel when the completed worksheet is
 Continuous Tape                     90         brought into the USDA Service Center. The SCI value
 Subsurface Drip irrigation          92         must be 0 or greater to be eligible for the CSP Program.
                                                 The multiplier will be a value within the range of 0.9 to
              Subirrigation
                                                 1.0 depending on the computed SCI. A value of 0.9 is
 Subirrigated                        75         suggested for initial assessments.
                              Water Conveyance
                   Open ditch or canal - sand/gravel          0.90
                   Open ditch or canal - sandy loam           0.93
                   Open ditch or canal - clay soil            0.96
                   Open canal – lined                         0.98
                   Closed conduit pipeline                    1.00

                             Precision of Land Slope
                   Land smoothed                              0.90
                   Land leveled                               0.94
                   Land precision leveled                     0.98
                   Land precision leveled - slope <= .005     1.00
                   A sprinkler system is utilized             1.00

                           Tailwater Capture and Reuse
                         Open ditch or canal - clay soil                       0.96
                         Open canal – lined                                    0.98
                         Closed conduit pipeline                               1.00

                                     Precision of Land Slope
                         Land smoothed                                         0.90
                         Land leveled                                          0.94
                         Land precision leveled                                0.98
                         Land precision leveled - slope <= .005                1.00
                         A sprinkler system is utilized                        1.00

                                 Tailwater Capture and Reuse
                    No Tailwater or Tailwater not captured                        1.00
                                         Tailwater Captured
                    Irrigation System Type less than or equal to 60               1.25
                    Irrigation System Type between 61 and 80                      1.15
                    Irrigation System Type greater than 80                        1.10

   To Calculate Your Irrigation Index Value, MULTIPLY Each of the
               Values Found for Your Irrigation System
     Example in Italics                                                Example             Your
                                                                                          System
     System type                                                           75
     Graded Furrow
     Measurement Method                                                  0.93
     Whole Farm- manually recorded
     Scheduling Method                                                   0.93
     Soil Moisture by NRCS feel method
     Water Control                                                       0.98
     Flow rates are adequately controlled.
     SCI Index                                                           0.90
     To be provided by your NRCS Field Office
     Water Conveyance                                                    0.98
     Open Channel - Lined
     Land Slope                                                          0.94
     Land Leveled
     Tailwater Capture and Reuse                                         1.00
     Tailwater not Captured
     Irrigation Index                                                    52.7
     75 0.93 0.93 0.980.90 0. 98  0.94  1.0 = 52.7




Descriptions and Definitions
Irrigation System Type: This section represents the system type associated with the
field or farm. Some systems are clearly more efficient and easier to manage than other
systems. Simply select the system that best describes your system. Local terminology
may be slightly different but the system names should be adequate to describe most
systems.

Definition of terms related to Center Pivots:
LEPA - Low Energy Precision Application
a) Farmed in Circular Rows (except Linear Move Systems)
b) Nozzle Height is no more than 18 inches above soil surface
c) Nozzle Spacing is alternate row, up to a maximum of 80 inches
d) Discharge is through a drag sock or hose on the ground, or through a bubble shield or pad
e) Only applicable to crops planted with furrows or beds
f) Maximum of 1% slope in most of field
g) Furrow Diked or other means of preventing irrigation water movement away from point of application

LESA - Low Elevation Spray Application
a) Farmed in any row direction
b) Nozzle Height is no more than 18 inches above soil surface
Definition of terms related to Center Pivots:
LEPA - Low Energy Precision Application
a) Farmed in Circular Rows (except Linear Move Systems)
b) Nozzle Height is no more than 18 inches above soil surface
c) Nozzle Spacing is alternate row, up to a maximum of 80 inches
d) Discharge is through a drag sock or hose on the ground, or through a bubble shield or pad
e) Only applicable to crops planted with furrows or beds
f) Maximum of 1% slope in most of field
g) Furrow Diked or other means of preventing irrigation water movement away from point of application

LESA - Low Elevation Spray Application
a) Farmed in any row direction
b) Nozzle Height is no more than 18 inches above soil surface
c) Nozzle Spacing is alternate row, up to a maximum of 80 inches
d) Discharge is through spray nozzles
e) Applicable on crops flat planted, drilled, or planted with furrows or beds
f) Maximum of 3% slope in most of field
g) Furrow Diked or other means of preventing irrigation water movement away from point of application

LPIC - Low Pressure In Canopy
a) Farmed in any row direction
b) Nozzle Height is 18 inches to 36 inches above soil surface
c) Nozzle Spacing up to 120 inches (10 feet)
d) Discharge is in the crop canopy
e) Maximum of 3% slope in most of field
f) Systems that utilize bubble nozzles or drag hoses for a portion of the crop year and spray nozzles for a
portion of the crop year but do not meet all LEPA criteria should be considered LPIC systems

MESA - Mid Elevation Spray Application
a) Farmed in any row direction
b) Nozzle Height is more than 36 inches (3 feet) and less than 84 inches (7 feet) above soil surface
c) Nozzle Spacing up to 120 inches (10 feet)
d) Discharge is above the crop canopy
e) Maximum of 3% slope in most of field

Variable-Rate Irrigation (VRI), also called site-specific irrigation or precision irrigation, is a relatively
new concept in agriculture. Variable-rate irrigation is a tool of Precision Farming that involves the delivery
of irrigation water in optimum amounts over an entire field. This system relies heavily on automation with
computer control of the pivot movement and pivot angle. The controller cycles air valves to set application
rates considering such factors as soil, plant, fertility, and topography.




Method of Measuring Flow: Water measurement is a critical component of any well
planned and managed irrigation system. Knowing how much water is delivered to a
farm, field, or irrigation set is critical to making efficient use of water.
        No flow measuring devices - No flow measuring devices are present. The applicant has no way
         of measuring and recording the amount of water delivered to the farm, to the fields, or to the
         irrigation set.

        Flow measurement - whole farm, manually recorded - The applicant has a measuring device
         (calibrated flume or flow meter) that can be used to measure the amount of water that is delivered
         to the farm. It may be a flow meter on a well that serves one field or a calibrated flume that
         measures water delivered through a distribution system to the farm. The measurement system
         does not automatically record the measurement. The applicant must inspect the measurement
         device and manually record the results in a routine manner and the results used in irrigation
         planning and scheduling.

        Flow measurement - whole farm, automatic recorded - Flow measurement are taken utilizing
         the process described immediately above but the measurements are automatically recorded and are
         used in planning and scheduling irrigations.

        Flow measurement - whole farm plus individual field, manual - The applicant has the ability to
         measure water that comes to the whole farm as well as to each individual field. The flow
         measurements are obtained utilizing a measuring device such as a flow meter. In this instance the
         applicant can measure the water flowing to the farm and to each field. He routinely checks and
         records the data manually and uses the results to plan and schedule irrigations.

        Flow measurement - whole farm plus individual field, automatic recorded - The applicant has
         the ability to measure water flowing to the farm and to each field using flow meters or flumes.
         The results are automatically recorded using a recording device and used for planning and
         scheduling irrigations.
        Flow measurement - whole farm, automatic recorded - Flow measurement are taken utilizing
         the process described immediately above but the measurements are automatically recorded and are
         used in planning and scheduling irrigations.

        Flow measurement - whole farm plus individual field, manual - The applicant has the ability to
         measure water that comes to the whole farm as well as to each individual field. The flow
         measurements are obtained utilizing a measuring device such as a flow meter. In this instance the
         applicant can measure the water flowing to the farm and to each field. He routinely checks and
         records the data manually and uses the results to plan and schedule irrigations.

        Flow measurement - whole farm plus individual field, automatic recorded - The applicant has
         the ability to measure water flowing to the farm and to each field using flow meters or flumes.
         The results are automatically recorded using a recording device and used for planning and
         scheduling irrigations.

Method of Scheduling Irrigation

        Visual crop stress - Water management decisions are made from visual indicators related to crop
         growth. In some instances the crops may be stressed before decisions are made to add needed
         water.

        Soil moisture by NRCS feel method - Soil moisture is used as the factor to determine when
         water is to be added using the NRCS feel method. The manager has received some training and
         has a publication that describes the NRCS feel method.

        Check book scheduling, irrigation scheduler, etc. - A check book method is used to track and
         schedule irrigations. Training and fact sheets are available from land grant universities and the
         results are commonly utilized to manage timing and application of irrigation water.

        Irrigation scheduling via pan evaporation or atmometer for field - Other slightly more
         sophisticated systems provide reliable methods for scheduling irrigation water applications. Pan
         evaporation and atmometers are listed here but other devices may be available.

Irrigation scheduling via regional weather network - An irrigation scheduling system or network that
includes weather stations that track climatic conditions and predict irrigation water needs is utilized. These
may include on site weather stations or regional weather stations that are operated by commercial or public
entities. These networks may be on-line or a group of operators within the watershed area that are moving
toward precision water application



        Soil moisture using gypsum blocks, moisture probe, etc. - Methods to track soil moisture
         including gypsum block, tensiometers, soil moisture probes and other similar tools are used. With
         calibration these methods become very accurate.

        Continuous measurement of soil moisture, water applied and ET - This combines all methods
         soil Climate and Checkbook to perform Precision application

Ability to Control Water Distribution: This management enhancement recognizes the
ability of the irrigator to manage, direct and control the water flow stream on to the farm,
across the farm to one or more fields, and to multiple irrigation sets that may be on the
farm or field. The better the control, the higher the irrigation enhancement. Most pumped
and piped distribution systems provide adequate control to each set.

        Very poor diversion facilities, little control of flow rate to farm
        Can control flow rates to farm, but the on farm delivery system is such that it is very hard to
         deliver the desired flow to any given field
        Flow rates to each field are adequately controlled. Flow rates to each set are difficult to control
        All flow rates to each set are adequately controlled – Should be selected for Center Pivots and
         other pumped and piped distribution systems

Water Conveyance: Water movement across the farm is a critical component. Losses occur from
evaporation and deep percolation within the ditch. Sandy soils have more potential for water losses than
clay soils. Lined ditches and canals have evaporation losses but limited deep percolation losses. Closed
conduits are the most efficient water delivery systems.

        Open ditch or canal, sand/gravel - Ditches and canals may involve a combination of soils with
         part of the conveyance in sandy soils and part in clay soils. Select the factor that is predominant

        Open ditch or canal, sandy loam - Ditches and canals may involve a combination of soils with
         part of the conveyance in sandy soils and part in clay soils. Select the factor that is predominant

        Open ditch or canal, clay soil - Ditches and canals may involve a combination of soils with part
         of the conveyance in sandy soils and part in clay soils. Select the factor that is predominant
        other pumped and piped distribution systems

Water Conveyance: Water movement across the farm is a critical component. Losses occur from
evaporation and deep percolation within the ditch. Sandy soils have more potential for water losses than
clay soils. Lined ditches and canals have evaporation losses but limited deep percolation losses. Closed
conduits are the most efficient water delivery systems.

       Open ditch or canal, sand/gravel - Ditches and canals may involve a combination of soils with
        part of the conveyance in sandy soils and part in clay soils. Select the factor that is predominant

       Open ditch or canal, sandy loam - Ditches and canals may involve a combination of soils with
        part of the conveyance in sandy soils and part in clay soils. Select the factor that is predominant

       Open ditch or canal, clay soil - Ditches and canals may involve a combination of soils with part
        of the conveyance in sandy soils and part in clay soils. Select the factor that is predominant

       Open canal, lined – Concrete, plastic, or other impervious materials

       Closed conduit pipeline – Plastic, concrete, or other pipeline materials

Precision of Land Slope: Precision leveled fields have higher efficiency potential and are easier to
manage that less controlled grades and slopes. This enhancement category recognizes this factor.

       Land smoothed - This factor represents land that has been smoothed. Highs and lows have been
        manipulated to provide a more uniform flow of water but not to the precision listed below. This is
        the value that should be selected if any of the factors below do not apply.

       Land leveled - Land that has been leveled but conventional survey and construction equipment
        has been utilized.

       Land precision leveled - This factor represents land that has been precision leveled utilizing laser
        controlled equipment with high quality control. The grade will be more than 1/2%.

       Land precision leveled, slope <= .005 - This factor represents precision leveled land that is 1/2 %
        grade or less.


       A sprinkler system is utilized - Land leveling is not a component that is considered in any of the
        sprinkler systems. It is only considered for surface systems.

Tailwater Capture and Reuse: A planned system to collect, store, and transport
irrigation tailwater for reuse. This system is used to conserve irrigation water supplies
and improve water quality through capture and reuse of the water that runs off the field
This system normally includes a combination of practices and appurtenances that collect,
convey, store, and recycle irrigation runoff water for re-use. Common components
include pickup ditches, sumps, pits, pumps, and pipelines.
                                             Water Management - Enhancement
                                                           Conservation Practice Enhancement Job Sheet
                                           Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)                  January, 2005
   Client:                                                Date:     8/14/08           W.S.:
             Tract No.:                              Farm No.:                   Field No.:
Definition:
Enhancement activities refer to actions that provide resource benefits beyond the level prescribed by NRCS
Irrigation Water Management conservation practice standard. Irrigation Water Management activities control
the volume, frequency, and application rate of water applied to crops.
Purpose:
Manage soil moisture to improve crops; Optimize use of available water supplies; Decrease non-point source
pollution of surface and groundwater resources; or manage salts in the crop root zone.
Year and CSP Irrigation Water Management Index Score:
    Enter the year this
        sheet reflects: Existing                       2005
                                             Year:                    Index Score from the worksheet: #NAME?

Aggreed to Irrigation Enhancements (listed items will be maintained):
     Irrigation Enhancement
                                                            Require Actions or Maintainance
              Category
           Irrigation System Type:
     Improved Water Measurement:

 Improved Soil Moisture Monitoring
        and Irrigation Scheduling:

     Improved Soil Condition Index:

       Improved Water Distribution:

     Improved Conveyance system:
          Improved Land Leveling:
Adding Tailwater recovery with and
         without irrigation storage
                         reservoirs:
Additional Requirements:
All existing items above that qualified the fields must be maintained. Changes in the irrigation system will
effect your index and should be discussed with an NRCS Conservationist to insure that you will maintain
eligibility. Improvements in system efficiency can increase your score and may increase your payment.
The red cow helps us mmmmm


Producer Acknowledgement:
I agree to install or maintain this enhancement as described above and as indicated in the Conservation Security
Program contract.
                    Client:                                             Date:
These actions are planned according to the Conservation Security Program:
      Conservationist:                                                  Date:
These actions have been applied and reviewed by (initial below)
   2005         2006         2007         2008          2009         2010          2011          2012          2013

								
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